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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
YOUR ADVERTISEMENT is your personal card; and your card i year self. It is a essential that your ad vertisement be rlijht as that your character, refutation, and appearance be correct. ADVrRTniNO IS NOT only pub licily, but i . i fun c win. h 'itnnill ilr . - -e--o!y creates consumption of pro duct. fOLUMl XXXIX, NO 228 CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1907 ESTABLISHED IN 1868. PRESIDENT SMALL TELLS STRIKERS TWO MILLION IS NEEDED FOR STRIKE FUND CONRR MONDAY MEW OIL VAL ENGLAND FOBS BIS CAINS MADE Bf RAILROADS ai raw1 s on o sy mob she will STANDARD OIL RDUMAN A Li Public Uses Mails and Express Systems as a Means of Communication Strike Said to Have Caused a Loss to the cago Board ot Trade Estimated at Five Million Chicago, of 1,1 the telogni deal Small Auk. Hi Ml Will 111" ili strike Btrtk fund n tlecli ,l Pn of the Commercial T .speech at Bra ,s meeting of Wild st, (in soon as it raphe rs' Hnlun Hail hi fore u strikers yeste. HiilHfH I OiglU'd known that hi ant fir fully fi in ni the iMIlhl ( he was nmniti coin h its nted," si t ion i te wat "it ret emplo tun Hill I lip fro i di n bin llsh to the world just wl rrn Union has bten doll win ! abuses we have Ih "When people see one 'i jufferln our mi wearing a brand new $12.00 suit of clothes, and a borrowed while vest, they think that he is earning a Salary nf fli" a raonlh. Ceriums he 1. put how many hours daily is he working for it? What we must insist upon Is an eight hour day. free typewriters. mlfOrm wag scale, and the same money lor women operators ah by men. Russell Issues Warning. A O mmUnlcatlOn marked "W:i to All Locals" was dlstrjbnted y day. It was written by Wesley s II. secretary of the O. T. Q leads:' mng cster-Rus-and Obey ' I 'reserve order in vour citii the laws, fie governed by your local offici rs. who w ill receive Instructions 1 1 Mir President Small ami his deputies I)on t listen to dissi liters. They will be paid to come among you and with false statement. Dent forget that j wt can only break the strike our elves, Pay no attention to news paper stories. Wo will issue bulletins inch day. Remember that many news' papers are anxious to Dress ti because they are crippled so pared for fake reports of stampedes. A. P. is now 'sat' copy." Handbill in thousands Wl day distributed about the ci hv the operators of local Vi .ester- ilgned They read : "Mail your own telegrams. The Western Onion and thn postal com panb s are taking your money for tele riaph service and i sing the I'nited Slat s mails to deliver same. Why Should you pay from M cents to $l.2." for services that Oncle Sam will ren der for 2 cents.' If you doubt this ttateaeat Bis your telegram with either company and at the same time in ail a postal card. Results will i now." ATTEMPT TO LURE PICKETS Back to Work is Ignored Mails and Exprfs3 Freely Used. New York. Aue. 17. The strike of the OSSSBBStCSSl Tidegraphers' I'nio.i of America became regular early to- .la 'vlien international President S. .1 Small isvue.l a BSSBSesJ strike order' rrOSB Ohicaao. The general strike orlr hail litt'" effei-t In this city, as the strike had N eil rnoffictallv under way for four . . and aearly every n'etnb'T of the niiiii had alreaily deserteil his or her wire. A larse number of union ts4tS ia.hn in small. r citiea and towns .1 the order. By Mail and Express. In official xtatements issued from l.wal strike hea.biuarters it was de- '.arel that the business of both eoni psaiee remains aadly rrfnptedh 'hat the mails and express etnipanies are I eSBfj freely useil to transmit mes rr.geii paid for by the pi blir at full l. i. trnbic ratps. and that the opti rmnjiatatiieiv no leisi'ie - i hoin? ie in the regular wai." SSJCtseed psty nrsidnal Thomas. "The ifls an. I the exprese companies are ndllng Vi ier rest of the telegraph Chi- miiii s" business. Telegraphed is h'iiig outre point to ooncltj grams to mom insist thift the public leoualy deceived and I've proof in four tela iers received in head-j i fl' ii lie 11 tUU p It forty-euht hours. ihow from twenty Hours' delay. The ' filed in Terra ii and l.inool etters m re Tan . N pest eut We e a mill matter etc vice this Nail;. of t! A e it."' 01 I I, Man ill fi le, Pickett :i nistie tin em t paii no attention to his appi When the nun o the company ui'o them to slips marked hi tfd'ii'r.rti rs for money day they found their "tlna I" instead of "discharged." as is I when employes are released the service. Some of the strik omplniiied that they ,11,1 not get nt t owes ;e money them, oni Intendent. the Western Union were told to see the This, it was said, to mse of bringing the ints to ich with individual Pn lent Roosevelt ti having all si in telegraphic I White House after several has succeeded in Oysfr Hay rts of difficulty communication The Western mphatlc cum in stringing a through none graph offices. with t! Onion. plaints direct it tin Official the tro w 1 r which run Irond ted. a are now free from punctuation of "scab" sympathetic railroad lbl Hill interposed operators. The in i uly n r Bay eipt I lainlng iffic. v oper- tin walked general t th. sfrj I I ru sonragsd e or les! the day. that sen by im- At ntv had tn it HOV ctorlet il moi Icring it noon It was announced one Wall street brokerag houses blgned the union scale. President Abenrn of Nw York lo cal union announced today that the American Telephone & Telegraph Company had tlSJBSd the new schedule He prOBOOnoed it the greati st en rooragenii'lit jet received by the striking operators, as Clarence Mackav d resident of the Postal, is f I)f, qj arK,.st individual stock- i holders In the telephone company. .Local officials of Um American com pany declares tonigni mat (Swy nan heard iiothing from headquarters that the strikers' demands had been gran tod. FIVE MILLIONS. Is What the Telegraohers' Strike Said to Have Cost Board of Trade Is Chicago. Aua. 17. Five million dol lars ia the estimated loss that the ('hi.aao Hoard of Trade has suffered as a res"1t of the strike of commercial t?W era phi rs Partial demoralization of biisin on 'change has brought forth ve hats rut protest from commission men who have .: led iix n public wires to transact their business and Use) assort that they are Flittering al- most incalculable losses, while com mission m.-n who control pritate j wires are virtuallv mopofiollzing the business tba is In ine done .lining the tension of public wire is generally adniitte ! M of t'.c board that all sufferlne bT reason of es" who control ptiat" tht tradins is as brisk time last year. sMJKmgti that country hnsiiioss practical su service. While it ; tin ne f.ii win O nf ss (Coociiule! os Third race.) CETS UPPERH AND OF GERMAN OIL INTERESTS DESPITE KAISER'S AID. CONTROL 80 PER CENT Of Oil Interests European 0.1 Mt Fight Deal and Lose Heavily FiQht Was Costl I On i Kl, All ,'. 1? 01) (V. has won its fig' Uiauiau dial lands. Til sudden, 80 eomplei f, mi n ( Rnumauin w or 0 tn at i as! i I win n t i The hey heard of it. party press of I pari ii s seems t litlcal u. Bay anything on the Oil lias taken the prise. The large 1 subject. St: country b tcumanlah rns do in t practically Rockefeller 111 conci now Standari ih the g is known Oh aeamst King ttjthi Opposi for t Company. floumaula l oil Co., ii i'el Carp. . w as i inn ike up :i!t' D. tivo 'ertf if .!( men wera dropped and KUrcp Ml gat financiers profiting by the light made If ui in lloonianla oKainst the American?, I Ota Invested In addition to derma i can itiil, Hungarian. Krcnch, Auslran and Hutch tjapttat. Standard Oil representatives in Riiror.n. however. ilUcourasnd baik ers from investing money in Roumau Ian oil fii Ids. In order to Influence the European financiers and to i i jure Herman oil men. who were nt On; time the victors as far as Roumanian oil Holds were concerned, the Stand ai d Oil Co., lowered, the price t f oil all over Germany. Th" price wis such that the concerns controlling the oil la RAunaauia and Importing it 1 1 Germany could not sell it for the low nries at which Standard Oil was bo iug sold. Banks Feared Standard. On the other band the Standari Oil representatives ill Germany aid other European countries pointed in' to the great banking houses the fact that any opposition to the Standard Oil naturally cost them thouss ids and thousands of dollars and that if on the contrary they would help Stan. lard Oil In its fight all Concerted would he the gainers. The result WS that Dents, h Bank and Disconto. two of the most Important banking estab Usbments la Europe, were won over to the side of the Americans. The Standard Oil Co.. also formed a trust, together with the European Porte hum Onion, which had been estab lished In Berlin about a year ago. It is snid that this body was organ ized by representatives of the Stand ar.l Oil company. When the union was formed, a year ago. it was supposed to have as its main purpi BS the tight, against the Americans. It ended, however, by uniting with them and helping them win the victory In Roiiinaata again-t Herman interests. liy the present arrangements th 1 Standard Oil company will control about 80 per cent of the oil which wis formerly In Herman hands. Oil Men Admit Deal. A press representative interview! several prominent persons on the ipo'stlon and here are some of the results. Mr. Spies, the manager of the greatest Roumanian oil c ploiting concern, the Steaua Romaned wiio was at one time one of the gresisst opponents of the American-. ! said: "It is true. We have allied our self with the American oi' men. I do not know yet all the conditions But I know we could not continue the light against them. Business nnd bon timent are two different things. Nj one can afford to be sentimental in business." A 'lin ctor of the Bonca (leneral-. RsanejBS, which finances oil men said: It is possible that a trust was form ed, that a combination of American oil interests with Roumanian c.H :i tsrssfj is now in existence. But N has nothing to do with olb tics. I do not know all the .btails I will niither deny nor affirm that we as i bank are iiH of the combine. Our genfrcl manager of oil afTitrs ca l give y S : : "" I Information.' War a Costly Figt. Mr. Scblawe. the general manager o fthe Rt sht. nari Oi Co.. said- "Al.out two months have been pa rA sin. e the European Prtob-um I' i (Concluded on Second Pag ) TO DETERMINE WHEThCf? OTt NOT ALTON RAILROAD SHALL E PaOSECUTD. Attorney General Bonaparte and Others Will Make Thorough In vestigation of Record in Judge Lanriis' Court. Chit A UK. Ch&rh i I 'el-1 Hoi Immi I list I let Oil ri i p till ueuerai Immunity Bon i inatP d a ider th '. Morrison n from Mr rating him ( till T gOVC lay. The fo receive Be n a mmuni sterdav to ;im :ner nli nt i i list with hi ell t at to i miles Wolud owint back, bowevi r. that lutely necessary be ni ES8U t to t i the tn Ineldei il prose to ' lit , wo llfi itor for th nt. l ti no n l Ii 111 f Si 'sin ct Attorn charge i it r tha act. d in thought I granting ill-. it Ofifl ly that he immunity. SOCMUSTS URGE ttUMS FLOCK TO STUTTGART TO AT TEND INTERNATIONAL CON GRESS MANY WOMEN DELE GATES PREP ENT. Stuttgart, ,'Aug. '17. The Socialis tic in tables if the wi rid are gatlue ing here in iurge number to attend the International Socialist Consreea, which is to hold its sessloaa during the next eight .lays, a remarkable, feature of the gathering is the lnrg nnmbi r erous ! they hi arete . I women delegates. So rs the women, in fact, ve Concluded to hold a inference This will In first International Socialist congress ever held by women. Among the questions to be discuss id by the general conference are th" emigration of workinguieti, militarism and war. The subjects to which th women will giVS especial StteQttofl in elude the establishment of rigular communications between the oigin izi .1 women comrades of the varioes countries an. I the question of wo man suffrage. The latter will be nun Sd Ktrongtv by the .lelegat. s from the I 'nited Stat, s Among the delegates who have ar rived In the city are ropresentuflvi i of the Socialistic organizations of England, the I'nited States. Franc-. German f, BeJgtuan, awe.icn. DsssbmHi and Flnlan.l. BIBLE CONFERENCE Several Thousand Church Workers From All Over the Country at Winona La'ie, Ind. Winona Late, Isd., Aug. 17. The thirteenth International Bible ( n fort nee here ! to beeln its s nons teixorrow an-' several O.o.isai.l rljnrch worl:. ra have arrived fr in .arir!a parts sf the corntry to ta' part in taw proceedings. Tiie Winons nference rss exten.le.l its scope and influence ah year until now It is i err Kiflt .1 as one mt the mewt im.ort eajt ssm met gatherings of Its kiad In America. Tie .listinguished feature of the I rogram this year is the number ot pniinlnent speakers from abroad in cluded among them are H-. Willli rt IUSSV .f Cardiff. Wales V FeS r lames Orr cf (Basso w : W. R lne. of Ijondon. and IJr. John A. V!a. ! !ia!d. cf Toronto The Hu'.isn V.rd. B'a Jon n ., Tbe j bow. the strcnaer foi betas i ke s RS OLTF".ACEOL'S ATTACK UPON PA PAL SECRETARY OF STAT" CY ANTI-CLERICAL S. IS RESCUED BY PCLICE Afte Herd Fight Awaul Prelate is Walking Village Nta His ftl r Home. t Occu.-s Th round ial f i tale i te attack is peaajc tlf! i jO ill nil his waj to i t veniBg, The mr 1 t upon the ca;' fists, hurled all the wht llnal, b.-a' i-tiiies it la: "Kill in mpt ar sal would! tin) with their dm, shouting dm! Kill him Had it net b fur the the card i killed. i:i Casta many ye III. I' I I l I VSJ of tl is poiici ri I, aid;, Tha pai as boon ardloal a in pot r villa d for Gam rs bv ded t ia. Ha p o)ief ungln : let r at Of Marli follow Ii i ii . ii n wi: I , tin iter i ther as the j ifn I !; ' ni b -lit ll.le I ( fa an (nit! derlcal .1 i t once ctaantssd. Budd Till - uoustrall i inly one of ii mob s'.ioute.l. "Kill him." The cr. was t I'teti up bj other;, a lash was made for the Oar The mob was most brutal. dinal was beaten, kicked a id whilo a shower o( stones (s I head. HI as he was. the Car ti. The ( curie.: on hit dinal fought bravely, but it was ono man .oiuiust a mi b and he was soon overpowered. A Dtll wfib had witnessed the out rane t, id who was shi eki .1 b) it r tn te tiie police station and summoaed ni l. At once a score i f men. headed by an Inspector, hurried' to tin see ie of the assault and beat back the mob IT. in thrli victim. The police had a hard light and one of their number was injured. lie police escorted the cardinal to his vi la and called a. pbyslcial. The villa is now under police pro taction, The attack on the Cardinal Is gen erady considered the beginning of an anti clerical campaign, the Cardinal In ing I he first v i. tlni. It is reported In Rome tonight tnn on Seconal of the poor health of Oar llnal Merr) pel Val, the Pope will up point him Vicar General, succeeding Cardinal B' II hjat. who Will be ap pointed Archbishop st Bologna, sue jeedlng the lass Cardinal Bvamps. HIS BfST FII WHS PRISON CAT KISSED THE ANIMAL GOOC BYE WHEN PENITENTIARY ON OR S PARDON. TEARFUL HE LEFT GOVERN Spokane. Wash., Aug. 17. POood bye, John, old pal; take goo.l care of ...in self: you've en the best friend I ever knew." With these words W. A U-wis. at t rasry Sf 8kane. paroled by the lHrd of pardons on an order signed l. Oov. All.irt E Mead, plcke.l up a pet cat. which was hie companion for three years in the penitentiary it Watla Walla and with tears stream ing down his cheeks kissed the ani mal In fore stepping out of the prls on to freedom Tin- cat seome.l n understand that Iwl would net re turn te hla cll and purr d iff etl' i atrly. tucking Its head sasVf th" man's chin and licking his hasd W ar leu Ki:e ai.: -el "I w is was a model prisoner, he was a tru-t. ro st if the time he r malned with es a-'d 'U I " 'o- lue prison cat was so... -t d ig rmark able. He sharrd bis bre..kfaRt with 'he anima years and Stable frit very da.. th last thrive - kswasne slmcst lse - KERTON DT. AC. 91 nisi n h -"( st 12. at the i . i . 1 'lie 1 hp.ii divan. - i'.ZK GfJ? ON WIRZLCjj TCC- QftAPHV THROUGHOUT THE Vv ORLD. WAS CAUCHT NAPPING O, Gerr. ;ny Who Makes BolJ B.d Fo.- Sj;jrtmacy Cermany Now Seels Sole Control. II. rli i, Ai for th b m nrrol pi Wirfl . ihrcuglh ul the. win I I, dangi rous be!i w wmld to ! vita! i.it.MsIs t l i-OV'f iM j the r.'al in aula;, tf tbeL til, lis ill rts now baLig made by ! syndicate il German cap a power ltallsts Bnancial v Ireb si in nil f( llllileil to l.lti Tel thn and urchtise Oie controlUaMpisctlcalq nsts in the Marcontl lines will jgraphj Co., as well as dependent oompa ii -s conirclh d bv the pare.it M : coni caipcerna. he capture of I i orgu'llalion Id inevitably r B world Wide Mar j b the (iernian.-i iiilt In illsastrctu laquencss from the point of view mperlaj defense. The prssasH'onj he rontroKlag financial fntftrestw ;lni Marci ui a inpa.iies would a the suRcesaful conclusion it a 1 1 o n (. il Britain In wiri 1 1 Mi ni oinpiri. w (ilea is a British concern, has built up by the e.Tt rts of many years a world-wt le ssst.ni of communication by wire ess tV.graphy. The nritish fioveromopt, the it.vlla i Uovtrjtuenl and l.'o., r.i Shipping Agoncy are at prtasnt all bcend bj contract to use ixeiusivey th Hsfconl system. Extensive System. The Marconi apparatus hsS been fit ti d on 1 1 0 steamships belonging to vailius companies In many countries. The company posseHses 22 wti t legraohy stations in Eugiand, iiO in Italy, Hi in Canada, seven In tlu Unl Ho- te.l States two in Egypt one In Hft'dWH bf ca se t" km land and one in Montenegro, iiiririnalgf'1"'' thp advantag ii total ot TJ stations on lau.i.TIwsU" to St. Ixmhi number does not include the numer ous stations on land erected for Lloyd's Shipping Ag gic Importance of th ncy. The strati - stations is in calculable. The Marconi company, to preserve its own predominance, n fuses to hi low these stations to communicate with other stations where any riv il System Of wireless telegraphy Is utll Bed. This Is disastrous to the Ger man system of wireless telegraphy. known as Telefunkeii, owned by the German Wireless Telegraphy Co. Not Interchangeable. a ship fitted with a Telefunken an parutus cannot communicate with any ship fitted with the Marconi appaia tUs, or with any station on land work id by the Marconi Co. Ships fltte I with the Telefunken system are Hits cut off from communication with the siat ions of Llyod's Agency, as well s from nearly nil the land stations In the world. For this reason even the ships of the nr. at (i. rman companies are equipped lot With the Telefunken system, bet with Ih" Marconi apparatus. (i.rniany. psr"ivlng that the Tele funken system was overshadowed by I... Marconi company proposul to re adjust matters by summoning other countries to her aid. An internation al conference In consequence met In Hi rln last October. The British (iov rament, instead of energetically d - (ending the rights of the British com pany, and thereby safeguarding ui ioOSJ inter, -is. gave way to Oerniany ii. almost ever essential point. I nter-Commumcation. An international convention com polling compulsory inter communion tion between all wireless telegraphy stations was drawn up with the con sent of the British delegation. The terms iff this mi vetitson. w hich w II ... me into IqCSS SSXt war compel th Marconi stations ail over the worl I Scared and transmit nies.-.tges from Teh funken and other rial b re'gj I of t.e n.ii i : on fo prlveg tin nritish i luedoaiiuani-e which ompaiM it has a id centers imiiiciis eign cr.n'i'i'titi.rs In the realm of wirc le telerraphy. The Herman syndlcat" sas in sf f. t tc ti e Marc, ni :'n.: The Brltls (Jcuniment evident I', atti.hes - . value to jour predominance in wire ti iegraphy. therefore you ne I have no patriotic nrrupUs about se'.l ine your organization to us." - ri"-; da-iK r tbereforw "till ' ' i g i' British 'rTS-iizs'l will be void to a (Jerman s all's-" An escetleal offer hss bees made t, fl - Marconi Co. in Londoa. and the w, l.l Im- i iii.i n psrehaaers ae ht-j.ful ' abb- to ca-rj oit 1 belt project. id MISSOUTI SINCE INAUQURA- riDfl OF T A'O-CENT FARE ACT. BURUNCTCN COMPANY V.'c'l Pleased Says Official Rail roarf- Can't Make Evidence to Defeat Two-Cent Fare Law. The ; traffic MU'Soiii i vi'i-q, new ''" 't raff I l.'nloss raili'i ad being i d opart dlllK bv t: to fig e rari nil : lenta. loultl be a materia! tin re j iteration Ing the n In passenger receipts dur vt itu days it is re;ardod as certain that the Missouri accept the 2-rent far bti itut'i without further lemi! action "Our company 1 we!! pleased wlt'i the operation rf the 2-cent fare law." sulil woll l-nown flurliiigton official. "It. is Ineffect now on all our lrea tol though we would prefer a 3-ce it 'n;e. I don't see how we can ever get to ii KatOy" At the office of the Missouri. K in tins a Texas Hallway company, it was t-tnted thai the local revenue f i' .. (Mitnpany hud Jumped up considerably tin last two months. ' Ca-'t nsj Evidence iro I e' handiennpeiL" said he traffic oee,, ),! sieving to vtdesee ' ing to the ilcf at ' 1 'ed r ite law. ol"'rd evt before, we are '. " In a trial during a fl ro I s i wavs exceptionally fnve-. 'We Of the " s I Inir the which nblei to lUTlq Ii; Hunger earning i. Tjhfl make money i ct of business during ui; . umber. e t;et hit hardest P the 2-cent fare !iaK reiifViftds actual their pass mgei August and Si "But where trying to shrw lowered ivr uassenger revenue is on th'' through lit'.sl iess. "For example, a man living st Pert- Isn.l, Mo.. ! "He dCCS through, bv Ixn Is brca' destined t bu th for ft tl lis Xew V ket st alg'-f. fare t' he la t Iks 2- eat "He (rave's through mim t seme wav. and it Is not until he 1 si rises ine tar east that he Is obded to pony up :i cents a mile. Proof Is Lacking. "Now. while- the volume of rur through business is reduced, w caVt prove that it Is because cf the I i i cease of local revenue. "We have no way of telling bo-v Bta&y pei-sons traveled to (lew York or San Antonio, who bought tlc'-ets to St. l.ouis and from here to thilr destination. "Again, the farmers are using the trains now wl on one before they wouldn't rid "Everybody is onto the fact t int Hv railroads ha the leant (a only way tl got to make good o i law by Sept 20. Th public can defeat the mails is oy swi 'lling the passe lg -r FS eelpts. 'Meantime the earnings of all the Missouri roads on Missouri business alone have shown a net iner-ase cf probably 1540,000 since June 20." BABY BORN ON TRAIN Fast Ma.l From New York to St. Louis Delayed Almost an Hour at Columbus, Ohio, in Consequence. Columbus Ohio. ik. 17 - The birth Of a baby this morning laid over f-r .". minutes Hie Pennsylvania train No. 21. a fast mall bound from New York to St Louis. No 21 arrive.) Irs Ooiuinhus from New York on QBtS at 1 .2.1 o'clock with Mrs. SarVi Suckle, a pretty young woman, oi board. She was en route to Pres. of. Arizona, and was trsveilne in tho comnan of a friend. Miss llanitldta Hinden. IM as the train SOSJpSil ii the she.! attaches of the stition wre seen hurrying and scurrying sb n' and telephesi wi re mwd tf '- ' Bl In resonse t.. the calls six Jtstt f soon arrive.l. all latent cu doing wha lav in their pow- fitr sick man. A ecasr Ration was held and it was j thought inadvisable to remove S i g lie from the train fer m'n otes wait however, she was placed Ii, an imbulance and with her fc- ' was taken to Hunt's Hospital. whe -she is being cared for bv special o"- ders of the Pennsylvania. WtPED OI F' " Hancork 'b 1 lace ,( Hubhell was neariy by fire today. Twenty two four stores, a hotel and the and some coal shds wen The loss Is f!00.JOd.